Karachi: Rangers detain 9 suspects
KARACHI: Rangers launched raid in Nazimabad and Yousuf Goth areas of the metropolis, detaining nine suspects and recovering weapons and drugs, media reports said. Meanwhile, a gunny-bagged body was found in Nazimabad whose identity is unascertained yet. An injured person, who was shot other day near Joria Bazar, also succumbed to his injuries in the hospital. Angry mobs damaged emergency ward of Civil Hospital and launched violence against the hospital staffers over the death of a man named Shaoib.
Sources said that rangers arrested six suspects during their raid in drugs den located in Nazimabad and recovered weapons and drugs. Rangers also carried out raid in Yousuf Goth area and arrested three suspects who were taken to undisclosed location for interrogation, sources added. Meanwhile, the students of Jinnah University for Women (JEW) Karachi topped in the Green Project competition pertaining to fostering environmental awareness for sustainable future. A statement on Monday said that the competition was organised in collaboration with the Pak. U.S Alumni Network and US consulate. It further pointed out that the contest was based on three stages. The first one was about the lectures regarding the cleanliness and improvement for better and ideal environment. In this connection lectures were given in various schools of Karachi to make the students aware about the subject, simultaneously the world environmental day was also celebrated with Municipal Corporation of the District Central. On the second stage lectures were given in the different universities of Karachi. The students of Jinnah University for Women also came up with a special programme and presented an artificial garden and a botanical museum. They also distributed 800 cloth-bags among shopkeepers to replace plastic bags which are a great hurdle. At the third stage of the contest various projects were awarded to the students. Almost 300 students took part in the project and the students of JUW were appreciated and awarded the shields. The students of the department of Zoology, Botany and Chemistry took part in the project.